Ohio State lands top recruits back-to-back to extend its top dog seat

Columbus, Ohio - Following five-star wide-receiver Brandon Ennis' commitment to the Ohio State buckeyes on Tuesday, Noah Rogers announced on Wednesday he will also join the Buckeyes' top-rated wide-receivers from the class of 2023.

Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Ryan Day (l.) leads his team onto the field, which will now consist of a top-ranked wide-receiver in Noah Rodgers (r.).
Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Ryan Day (l.) leads his team onto the field, which will now consist of a top-ranked wide-receiver in Noah Rodgers (r.).  © Collage: Emilee Chinn / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP & Screenshot/Twitter/noah1rogers

The Ohio State Buckeyes' ridiculously dominant run on collecting wide-receivers continued on Wednesday, when Noah Rogers became the third top-rated high school wide-receiver to join the Buckeyes in just one week.

Rogers announced his commitment to play for the Buckeyes on Twitter, joining the No. 3 wide-receiver in the country Carnell Tate and the No. 2 wide-receiver Innis, who also pulled the trigger himself to join the team on Tuesday.

Rogers is the country's No. 9 ranked receiver and 50th-best overall player in the 2023 class.

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In 15 games for Rolesville High School of North Carolina, the 6-foot-2 athlete caught an eye-popping 70 passes for 1,432 yards and 22 receiving touchdowns, averaging 20.5 yards per catch. Rogers also finished his latest season in 2021 with five carries for 15 yards and a rushing touchdown.

Rogers sided with Ohio State's position coach Brian Hartline over recruiting offers from more than two dozen other schools, including power programs Clemson, Alabama, Notre Dame, Buckeyes' Rival Michigan, and more.

Rogers becomes the 13th commitment for Ohio State from the 2023 class and pushes the Buckeyes within a few points of the top spot in this cycle’s recruiting rankings. Ohio State currently trails only the Fighting Irish by 4.1 points.

Cover photo: Collage: Emilee Chinn / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP & Screenshot/Twitter/noah1rogers

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